KAMPONGS’ CREATIVE INDUSTRIES’ DEVELOPMENT – WHERE OPPORTUNITY LIES

Executive Summary

Indonesia’s Creative Economy and its creative industrieshave contributed, since 2015, on average IDR  1,019 trillion yearly to the country’s GDP (BEKRAF  2019). These industries often have some degree of  informality, which impact their activities  and development.  Several  creative  industries-related  policies  and programs have been designed and implemented by government agencies in Bandung to respond and accommodate to their  growth needs.  However, institutional and policy misalignments have been a core hurdle to these city policies failing to explore existing opportunities (flexible and  highly adaptable business  and production  models)  created by the informality  of  these creative industries. To  address this, governance instruments and tools such as multi- actor discussion  roundtables  and toolkits  to assess informality  in  creative industries to inform policy-making are to be developed.

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